Don't set the pan on a cement base - just use screws and plugs to make it better to the floor. But first you've got to get the connection to the pipe socket right. Start by positioning the patent push-fit joint in the pipe end. Then otter inside new pan to the patent push-fit socket and move the pan around until it fits comfortably.
To fix the pan, mark the screw positions on the floor by tapping a nail from the screw-holes, and draw about base on the floor so that you can replace it in the same position. Drill holes in the floor at the points marked and finally fit the screws. It is a solid floor, of course, it's essential to employ a plastic or fibre plugs in the screw rips.
For fixing the pan, it's advisable to use brass non-corroding screws using a lead washer slipped over each one so you might crack the pan anyone tighten the screws. Screw the pan down, checking that it is exactly horizontal with the aid of a spirit level laid across the the surface of the bowl.
If it is not dead- level, pack the base side with thin wood or plastic strips. Messy are more suitable because thin wood rots too easily. Finally check how the outlet of the pan is firmly pushed into the connector and that you've followed any specific fitting instructions from the product.
Fitting the cistern
Fix the new cistern to the wall in the level above the pan recommended by the organization. In the case of a separate cistern, secure the upper end of the flush pipe to the cistern, usually by means large nut, and over the end to the pan's flushing horn with a rubber cone connector.
With a close- coupled suite, follow the manufacturer's instructions. You will now quite likely have to enhance or cut back drinking water supply pipe to hook it up to the new cistern. Complete the job by cutting and fitting a new overflow.